Justice in January

Registration is currently open and will remain open until the program is filled.

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Justice in January is a winter break immersion trip where students explore the realities of immigration and border issues along the U.S.-Mexico border.  During the fall semester students will take a one credit course that provides a brief sociologically-informed political, economic, and cultural overview of the U.S.-Mexico border.  Students will utilize this common baseline of knowledge to inform their Justice in January experience.  During the immersion experience students will enter into dialogue with individuals impacted by immigration, community leaders, non-profit and government agencies to better understand the complexities of immigration.  Students will have the opportunity to cross the border to learn from and serve with organizations that provide assistance to and accompany migrants.  

Students will register for SOSJ 280: Justice in January after signing up for the immersion experience through CCASL.  The course will meet on Fridays from 12:10-1:00pm for the last 8 weeks of Fall semester.

The immersion experience takes place during Christmas break from January 7 - 14, 2018. 

Sites for 2017-2018

·         Tucson & Nogales, Arizona

·         San Diego, California 

*Health insurance is required to participate in this program.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact CCASL before you register for the program. 

 Financial Information

The total cost of the trip is $775. The registration fee is $150. CCASL has a successful fundraising model that will assist you in raising the remaining cost of your trip. Through a combination of fundraising and/or personal contributions, $625.00 will be due in two installments during the fall semester.  $300 due by November 3, 2017 and $325 due by December 1, 2017.

 We will provide you with tools to fundraise for your trip.  Students will be responsible for the following before the trip: passport, medical exam, and transportation to JIJ site (return ticket to Spokane is included in the program costs). 

Fee waivers are available for this program.  The first round of fee waiver applications are due by Sunday, April 9.  Fill out the application here.

To Give to CCASL Programs: 
ONLINE 
You can pay online at www.gonzaga.edu/supportservice.
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Send a check made payable to Gonzaga University.
CCASL
Attn: Phoebe Oosterhuis

GU MSC # 2472

502 E. Boone Ave

Spokane WA 99258
If you have any questions, please contact Phoebe Oosterhuis, Business Manager with CCASL, at (509) 313-6879.
 
Center for Community Action and Service Learning
Mailing Address
Box #2472
502 E. Boone Ave.
Spokane, WA 99258-2472
Location: Hemmingson Center, 206 & 010
Office hours: 9 am to 4 pm, M-F

jij@zagmail.gonzaga.edu
Phone: (509) 313.6824
Fax: (509) 313.6868